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Variable Label: Kind work she normally did, job title: Recoded


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What kind of work did she normally do? That is, what was her job called? (Tell me what were some of her main duties?)

IF MORE THAN ONE JOB, DESCRIBE THE ONE AT WHICH THE MOTHER OR FEMALE HEAD WORKED THE MOST HOURS. RECORD VERBATIM RESPONSE IN AN F2 REMARK AND SELECT JOB CATEGORY BELOW THAT MOST CLOSELY MATCHES. SEE EXAMPLES OF MAIN OCCUPATION CATEGORIES, TYPE NUMBER OF MAIN HEADING FOLLOWED BY A PERIOD. (E.G. '4.')

1) Legislators senior officials and managers 16) Market-oriented skilled agricultural and fishery workers
2) Corporate managers 17) Subsistance agricultural and Fishery workers (for personal, not commercial use)
3) General managers 18) Extraction and building trades workers
4) Physical, mathematical and engineering 19) Metal, machinery and related trades workers
····science professionals 20) Precision, handicraft, printing and related trades workers
5) Life science and health professionals 21) Other craft and related trades workers
6) Teaching professionals 22) Stationary plant and related operators
7) Other professionals 23) Machine operators and assemblers
8) Physical and engineering science 24) Drivers and mobile plant operators
····associate professionals 25) Sales and services elementary occupations
9) Life science and health associate 26) Agricultural, fishery and related laborers
····professionals 27) Laborers in mining, construction, manufacturing and transport
10) Teaching associate professionals 28) Armed forces
11) Other associate professionals 29) Not sure (specify)
12) Office clerks 98) DON'T KNOW
13) Customer service clerks 99) REFUSED
14) Personal and protective service workers
15) Models, salespersons, and demonstrators

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ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1CORP/GENERAL MANAGERS10502.41%01.13%
2PROFESSIONAL (UNIVDEGREE)54212.47%05.84%
3ASSOC PROFESSIONAL (SOMEFML TRAIN)43409.98%04.68%
4OFFICE CLERKS50311.57%05.42%
5CUST SERV CLERKS37008.51%03.99%
6PERS/PROT SERV WORKER31507.24%03.39%
7TRADES WORKERS13403.08%01.44%
8OPERATORS28106.46%03.03%
9PERF ROUTINE TASKS43910.10%04.73%
10OTHER122528.17%13.20%
-9REFUSED6-00.06%
-8DONT KNOW95-01.02%
.Missing4833-52.07%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -9 (Refused), -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 9282

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